If a bright, happy and cheerful soirée sounds right up your alley, you’re going to want to scroll through this citrus style editorial for ALL the dreamy and delightful ideas you could ask for. Austin wedding planner and stylist extraordinaire Ellen Westcott of Westcott Weddings worked with the powerhouse floral team at Remi + Gold to bring this summery-toned scene to life at Mae’s Ridge, but they want brides to know – citrus can work in any season! With the right eye for design, there are ways to incorporate bright fruits and florals into your wedding design no matter the time of year. Fine Day Press designed stationery to perfectly complement the editorial’s aesthetic, while 2Tarts Bakery added the happiest little yellow cake and a charcuterie-style dessert board to the mix. With classic images by Kristin La Voie Photography capturing all the angles and details, we just can’t get enough of the joy this citrus style wedding inspo brings!
Photos // Kristin La Voie Photography
From the planner, Ellen Westcott of Westcott Weddings: “I love the pop of bright, happy and fresh colors that citrus brings to a palette and wanted to design something sophisticated and whimsical that highlights all of those beautiful spring and summer tones. Those colors were translated into the happiest, citrus-inspired florals. I wanted the flowers and paper goods to sing, so I kept everything else neutral. The stunning cake was adorned with candied orange slices, mini citrus touches and beautiful sugar flowers. All of my dessert dreams came true with a dessert ‘charcuterie’ board.”
From the florists, Remi + Gold: “What’s not to love about a tabletop filled to the brim with flowers and fruit! There’s a way to tastefully make citrus tones work in any season. One of the most important decisions brides and grooms who care about cohesive design can make is choosing a wedding planner who also brings a design eye to the table! Finding unexpected ways to incorporate your personality is a tricky thing, and a well versed wedding designer knows how to bring that out.”